Tag Archives: leadership

Pershing Study Reveals American Gender Paradox: If People Prefer How Women Lead, Why Aren’t There More Women in Leadership Positions?

Press Release via Wall Street Journal — Pershing LLC (Pershing), a BNY Mellon company, today released a new study titled, Americans Crave a New Kind of Leader–And Women Are Ready to Deliver, which presents a conflicting but positive outlook on the changing role of women. Among the key findings in the study is that while […]

Fighting Discrimination at the Root

Diversity Executive — Most decisions are made outside of our awareness, and unconscious biases affect our daily routine, according to consultant Nathalie Malige. She uses data and technology to prove that these unconscious “cognitive” biases affect the success of diversity programs, especially in the workplace. She works to reverse people’s unconscious biases that are often […]

When Leaning In Doesn’t Pay Off

New York Times — Why do women not have as many leadership roles in the workplace as men do? Some have pointed to internal barriers, suggesting that the problem is partly attributable to something about women themselves — they are not “ambitious enough” at work (while pursuing meaningful family goals), or are deeply committed to […]